Eagle-eyed fans may have noticed that the Japan international's surname is made up of 50 percent of the same letter.
So this week's poser is to identify the 11 players we think have been selected for United's first-team by Sir Alex Ferguson who fit the criteria of having at least half of their surname made up of the same letter. We are including players known by a single name and the player must have had time on the pitch during the manager's reign.
For instance, players from the past could include the likes of Brian Kidd, David Pegg, Harry Gregg and Gordon Hill.
Click here for the answers and look out for another question next Thursday.